Bellingham Saves Real Madrid With The Deceased Winner gainst Union Berlin

Jude Bellingham saved Real Madrid with a 94-minute strike to earn the Spanish giants a 1-0 victory over the Union Berlin of the union of the Champions League debutant.

England International has started its Madrid career in a splendid form of goals with six goals in six games for the club in all competitions.

Madrid seemed destined to take only one point after the goalkeeper of the Berlin Union Frederik Ronnow frustrated them and Rodrygo and Joselu both hit the wood.

Real Madrid was unable to score only in one of the last 68 home games in the Champions League, and on a few occasions at the Santiago Bernabeu they seemed to be as teeth as in the first half.

Without the wounded attacker Vinicius Junior, Madrid’s attack has had dynamism in recent weeks, even if the goals of the midfielder Bellingham have earned them a 100 % record in La Liga after five games.

The English midfielder made his Champions League debut in the competition for Madrid after his transfer from Borussia Dortmund in summer.

Bellingham arrived after Madrid’s thrashing from Manchester City in the semifinals of last season, a new star to help Madrid try to win the competition that crave the most.

Despite the illustrious story of Madrid, visitors were calm, composed and above all, well cooked on the defensive, under the Swiss coach Urs Fischer.

The signature of Robin Gosens’ records warned his teammates of Berlin from the Union who could not play with “reverential fear and fear” and responded with a disciplined display.

Perhaps it should not have been a surprise, with the Italian defender Leonardo Bonucci who made his debut on the back for visitors. The German part sat deeply, surrendered the ball to Madrid and managed to frustrate the hosts.

Joselu wasted the best possibilities of Madrid in the first half, in mind, while his teammates were reduced to a distance vase.

Madrid shot the screw in the second half while the minutes dried, with Ronnow who made a superb rescue to deny Rodrygo in the near place, before the Brazilian made another effort against woodworking.

The Berlin goalkeeper kicked off Joselu Heading against the pole, also denying the veteran midfielder Luka Modric, given a rare start from Ancelotti.

Union Berlin lived on a edge of the knife in the final stages, with Joselu oscillating a leg to the Bellingham cross to direct the split ball with beaten Ronnow.

In the end Bellingham decided the game, in the right place at the right time while a deviated strike made their way into the box and stabbed home from the top range.

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